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This is my beautiful daughter Keturah, we call her KeKe. Keke was an only girl for 4 years until I got pregnant with my youngest daughter Esuun. Keturah was fully potty trained by the time she was 2 years old and did very well with overnight sleeping schedules. After Esuun was born KeKe sadly started suffering from bedwetting. At first, I thought she may have just had a few accidents and that she was just sleeping very deeply. The reason for her bedwetting was actually more complex than most of us thought it was.

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Mornings are a whole lot brighter at Terry Packer's not his real name Long Island home these days. Terry, now 16, hasn't wet the bed in a year. But there was a time that his parents did not believe a morning would ever start without changing sopping wet sheets. In the U. Terry started wetting the bed age 4 and continued to do so until he turned His family was at their wit's end and didn't know where to turn for help.

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That's because myths abound when it comes to bed-wetting and they often prevent children from getting the proper help, says Alan Greene, MD, an assistant clinical professor of pediatrics at Stanford University in Stanford, Calif. WebMD talked to leading pediatricians to debunk some of the more common myths and address parental concerns about bed-wetting.

Here's what we uncovered:. At ages 6 and below, bed-wetting only needs to be addressed if the child is feeling really bad about himself as a result, he says.

That's why "it is normal for kids to wet the bed," agrees Charles I. He adds that bed-wetting is "a developmental issue and therefore the treatment is time, so for kids age 6 or under, they will most likely grow out of it. Parents need to realize that "to some extent this is a social problem and in a more primitive setting, it would not matter," Shubin tells WebMD.

In other words, "if a 3-year-old is not bothered by wearing a pull-up at night, then don't bother him about it," says Oschner Clinic Foundation pediatrician Michael Wasserman, MD, of Girl bedwetting story Orleans. But "if it's a 6-year-old and he or she is afraid that a buddy will make fun of him because of bed-wetting, then it becomes an issue. And some parents still believe that bed-wetting is the child's fault. In fact, bed-wetters may even be punished by their parents for wetting the bedand that's the worst possible response.

Stanford's Greene agrees: "Many parents feel like it's their fault or their kids fault or that their kid is lazy and children often feel very guilty and ashamed and what this le to is punishment and that only makes bed-wetting worse.

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And betwetting that continues into adulthood occurs rarely, according to the NKF. While babies produce urine around the clock, toddlers start to go to the bathroom on a daytime and nighttime schedule once their bodies start to produce a substance called 'antidiuretic hormone' ADH that inhibits urine production.

In addition, as kids mature they become more sensitive to the feeling produced by stretching of the bladder walls that they need to urinate. Children who continue to wet the bed beyond the age of 6 may not be producing enough ADH hormone at appropriate times or may not yet be attuned to their bodies' als, or both, says Greene. Parents should start looking into formal treatment sometime between the ages of 6 and 7, according to the National Enuresis Society or sooner if the child seems troubled by the bed-wetting.

I will never sleep through the night again.

If parents like Terry's find themselves setting their own alarm to wake their children during the night to urinate, they should purchase a bed-wetting alarm. And when combined with medication such as desmopressin DDAVPwhich acts on the kidneys to reduce the flow of urine, the urine alarms are even more effective, the study says.

Just don't give up too soon, Greene says.

Is it a medical illness

Before resorting to an alarm or medication, try using a "star chart," where you give a star for every dry night and a prize for a few dry nights in a row. But "if this doesn't work in two weeks, it won't and continuing it may only discourage the child," Greene says. Behavioral changes too play a role in achieving dryness, he says. Try decreasing the amount that kids drink before bed. Limit fluid intake to 2 ounces in the last two hours before bedtime and cut out caffeinewhich is a natural diuretic, he says.

Also consider moving bedtime up by 30 minutes, he says.

Such reassurance can be based on the fact that bed-wetting tends to run in families, Wasserman points out. The problem with prescribing this medication over the long-term is its expense.

The other medication that doctors sometimes prescribe for bed-wetting is an older tricyclic antidepressant called imipramine. While this drug is cheaper, it does have more side effects including nervousness, intestinal problems, and excessive tiredness during the day. And as with many medicationsan overdose can be fatal. For most kids, "bed-wetting is really more an inconvenience then a medical illness," Shubin says. However, "If it's new bed-wetting after he or she has been dry for a reasonable period of time, it may mean something else is going on," Shubin says.

In these cases, "children should get a urine test to see if there is a urinary tract infection or possibly, this can be a of type 2 diabetes.

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Remember: "It's a problem if it affects psychologically and if it affects family dynamic or affects the child's ability to have friends over or sleep out, but you don't want to make a mountain out of a mole hill and focus on an issue that he or she may outgrow.

Parenting Feature Stories. Terry and his family are not alone. Here's what we uncovered: There's something wrong with my 3-year-old! Continued He adds that bed-wetting is "a developmental issue and therefore the treatment is time, so for kids age 6 or under, they will most likely grow out Girl bedwetting story it.

Continued Parents should start looking into formal treatment sometime between the ages of 6 and 7, according to the National Enuresis Society or sooner if the child seems troubled by the bed-wetting. Continued Also consider moving bedtime up by 30 minutes, he says. He or she will grow out of it. This is usually true, Greene says. My son or daughter can never have sleep over at a friend's house! Not true.

Is It a Medical Illness For most kids, "bed-wetting is really more an inconvenience then a medical illness," Shubin says. Could I have CAD? Missing Teeth?

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